March 19th, 2012 | By Chris Priestman
We all know that the indie gaming world is growing exponentially. I don’t need to drum that into your head yet again, lest you wish to find yourself drilling jagged perforations into your eye sockets in a fit of unbridled frustration. What some of us might forget, however, is the very thing that drives independent development to a global audience – the functional platform that we’re increasingly taking for granted.
That, children, is the role of digital distribution services, and GamersGate might just be the biggest, at least as far as the dedicated delivery of indie goodness is concerned.
I recently spoke with Gustav Nisser, GamersGate’s own business director, about the service’s stance on the independent gaming market. The response, it seems, was extremely encouraging.
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